Dermablend brought Zombie Boy Rick Genest back from the land of the dead with four tubes of their leg and body gunk for their "Go Beyond the Cover" campaign.
Incredible, unbelievable, and inspirational is just a few words we could use to describe Italo Romano. After losing his legs in a train accident, this 23-year-old Brazilian skateboarding genius is proving that nothing is impossible.
The 19-69 brand was birthed in an effort to bottle counterculture movements from the past. Over the course of two years, the brand went through an exhaustive creative process with artisans in Scandinavia, France, and Italy before launching their fragrances in Paris. Each scent is inspired by an era, culture, or setting and the music and trends that help shape them and brought to life in the names, packaging, and the fragrances themselves.
For Issue 05, we gathered ten of the world's best Barn Finds, ten of the most interesting caviar-and-potato chip pairings, three spectacular places to stay in Italy, and thirty stunning objects of desire.
One magazine, six languages: English / Deutsch / Français / Italiano / Español / 日本語
200 pages / Heavyweight paper / Book-style cover / Free shipping in U.S.
Fauja Singh showed everyone up at the Toronto Waterfront Marathon, not for finishing first, but for finishing at all. The 100-year-old finished the 42km race in 8 hours and 25 minutes, making him the oldest person to complete a full marathon.
An innovative way to honor one of America's greatest innovators with a 4,001 post-it note salute outside of the Apple Store in Munich, Germany.
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To kick off the launch of Uncrate Issue 05 and the return of our favorite not-smartphone, the Punkt MP02, we've partnered with Punkt, Grand Classics, and Mark Ronson to host a VIP screening of 1983's The King of Comedy, staring Robert De Niro. Personally selected by Mark Ronson, the film is a timely choice given its direct influence on this month's release of Joker, and as De Niro also appears in Joker as homage to his character in The King of Comedy. On October 16th at the Public Arts venue, at New York's Public Hotel, a select group of guests and friends of Mark Ronson, Punkt, Grand Classics, and Uncrate gathered for the screening and cocktails. Punkt, maker's of minimalist technology, chose to partner with Grand Classics on this screening due the increasingly frustrating effect of smartphones on the film community. Often used to snap pictures that leak a film's plot details well before release, smartphones have become a drag on sets around the world. Punkt's MP02 phone, a camera-less work of art, fixes not only this issue but allows anyone to disconnect from the distracting while remaining connected via a good old fashioned phone call or basic text message. Animoji's need not apply.